FRAMINGHAM – A new portrait was hung in Framingham’s City Hall this week.
A portrait of the City of Framingham’s first-ever Mayor now hangs outside the treasurer’s office in the Memorial Building.
The photo used in the official portrait was a photo the Spicer campaign circulated to the press in 2017.
Mayor Yvonne Spicer was elected the City’s first-ever Mayor in November 2017. Spicer received 9,128 votes and her opponent received 6,455 votes.
She was sworn in on January 1, 2018.
She failed in her attempt for a second term in November 2018.
Sisitsky received 8,283 votes and Spicer received 3,909 votes on November 2.
On January 1, 2022, former long-term Selectman and former City Councilor Charlie Sisitsky will be sworn in as the City of Framingham’s second-ever Mayor.
Mayor Spicer is expected to attend the January 1, 2022 inauguration.